1. verb
a) To charge an electric battery after its power has been consumed.

My body is a little bit sore from all of the practicing and playing and training, and your mind gets a little tired of it, too. Its nice to be able to recharge and come back fresh for the remainder of the year.

b) To invigorate and revitalize ones energy level by removing stressful agents for a period of time.
2. noun
Water that has percolated from the ground surface to an aquifer.

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